A really innovative sports analytics and media company is looking for a tested Front End Developer to join their team. This gig isn’t for the faint of heart: this brand-new company is doing some seriously next-level stuff that hasn’t been done before (think “ESPN for the 99%”), so if you’re most comfortable in a static environment, you might want to pull the rip cord now. On the other hand, if you’re looking to get in on something new and get your hands dirty, read on.
But then, you’re more than just a series of acronyms, aren’t you? Maybe you’re not content to push someone else’s bits and bytes around. Maybe there’s something inside that stirs you. A desire to make. A desire to build. A desire to leave your mark on something genuinely new. You’re ready to take your skills and jump ship. You’re ready to bring your steady, cool-under-fire demeanor to a place where you’re just as respected for your fearlessness as you are for your considerable toolkit.
This is a small shop without a lot of top-heavy corporate structure. You’ll have to carry a lot of water in this role and be prepared to play well with others on cross-functional teams. If you can do that with ease, you’ll find a happy home here and a nest padded with considerable equity.
It’s a young startup that’s doing something genuinely innovative — literally no one else is doing what they’re doing — and they’re getting a lot of great press for it. So while yes, this is a skills-based role, there’s a ton of upside here for growth and promotion. Bring your A-game and you might find yourself in a Project Lead role sooner rather than later.
Even though this is a sports analytics company, a knowledge of sports isn’t a requirement. We’re looking for top talent, not your run-of-the-mill brogrammer.
If you’re the star Front End Dev at your current gig, it might be time to think about free agency. We happen to know a team that’s looking.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, creed, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, disability, or any other status protected by applicable law.